List an important cultural influence in your life. How has this influence affected your development? How might you think/act/behave differently if you had not been exposed to this influence?
- Attached you will find a list of therapist who contributed to the field of play therapy. Choose one and complete part 1. Attached you will also a list of clients choose one and complete part 2. Attached is also a grading rubric. Part 1 What is your name? Where are you from? Describe your place in history and any important events that are occurring. Tell about your personal experiences that shaped your professional work. What kind of work do you do? What are your research interests? Tell about your theoretical approach, the role of play in your work, how it came to be, who influenced you the most, and what people will do in the future with your approach. Part 2 Continuing to write as the contributor, discuss the client case study. What are your goals in therapy in this case, and what kind of interventions would you use with the client to reach those goals? Provide a brief transcript of your third session with this client. What kind of ethical problems might you encounter and how would you handle them? Finally, give a prediction of how long your therapy might last with this client and how you might approach termination.
- Following is a writer’s initial brainstormed list for a report on stress in the workplace. Revise the brainstormed list, eliminating repetition and combining related
- Moral test of government is how that government treats those who are in the dawn of life, the children; those who are in the twilight of life, the elderly; and those who are in the shadows of life, the sick, the needy, and the handicapped
- Conflict Resolution and Nonviolent Crisis Prevention 4 PAGES Students will reflect on their work experience and identify a child/teen who was challenging. They will provide insight into what made the student challenging and reflect on course curriculum on Nonviolent Crisis Intervention. Students will also be asked to reflect on the required reading of Crucial Conversations (book: Crucial Conversations, Tools for Talking When Stakes are High, 2nd ed) and reflect on what tools and strategies could have helped in their overall communication and relationship development with the child. Students are encouraged to reflect on their life experiences and background. How do those experiences different from the child in their classroom? And how can educators bridge connections to better understand their students? I work as a Sub. teacher so I have dealt with many children but only on a short-term basis. I work with inner-city children that have a lot going on in their home lives. So if you can picture mini adults not wanting to be told what to do and their skills are very low. I can relate to the children because I grew up only a few blocks from some of them. My grandmother raised me. Mother was a drug addict and father was gone for 15 years of my life. This is the life of most of the children. Difference today is respect. Even though I hardly ever saw either of my parents until high school I never acted out in class. No throwing chairs, no calling my peers or the teachers bad words.
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- List the 5 most important events (according to you) that occurred between 1400 and 1763 as it pertains to US History.
- List three significant events that have happened in your life
- List one area in your life that is currently in balance.